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Criminal History Research Specialist

Recruitment #181130-UNCE-395

Introduction

 APPLICATION INSTRUCITONS:

Applicants may apply by submitting a cover letter and resume to:

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
Attn:  DeAnna Stillwell
6600 North Harvey Place
Oklahoma City, OK 73116

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This position is located in the Criminal History Management Unit (CHMU) within the Information Services Division in OKC. 

This position is a grant-funded limited-term position in the Unclassified Service.

ANNUAL SALARY $34,417.48

MAJOR WORK DUTIES:
1.Compare federal non-Triple I criminal history records to the state criminal history records of the same individuals.  If criteria is met, take possession of the federal records, through electronic communication with the FBI.  Automate records, making them immediately available to all authorized requestors of the records, to include NICS checks.
2.Review each criminal history records to identify possible federal prohibitors for firearms purchases, specifically targeting domestic abuse crimes.  Conduct research as needed through access to multiple databases and by contacting law enforcement agencies to obtain any available dispositional data as well as the relationship between the victim and the accused of domestic abuse crimes.
3.Flag Triple I criminal history records that contain crimes that meet the domestic abuse criteria as “Crimes of Domestic Abuse” in the OSBI’s criminal history database.  Add to criminal history records any dispositional data received through research.  For non-Triple I criminal history records, enter federal prohibitors into the NICS Index.
4.Image documents obtained during research that were utilized for record updates and/or for entering information into the NICS Index into OSBI’s LaserFiche database for permanent storage.  Destroy hard copies after imaging has been completed. 
5.Log and report monthly totals of:  all criminal history record comparisons; automations; domestic abuse crimes and other federal prohibitors identified, researched and/or flagged or entered into the NICS Index; and number of documents imaged.

Successful applicants must be willing to submit to a drug screen, polygraph examination, psychological evaluation (commissioned positions only), and a thorough background investigation.  Certain events automatically disqualify an applicant, such as, felony conviction; admission of an undetected crime that, if known, would have been a felony charge; failure to pay federal or state income tax; positive confirmed drug urine test; illegal use of a controlled substance within certain time frames.

Conclusion

Veteran’s preference points apply only for initial appointment in the classified service.



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